Professor Julianne Reid


Adjunct Professor

School /
Work Unit

School of Health and Biomedical Sciences

Contact Details

+61 3 9925 9520


Building: 088
Level: 08
Room: 014-35A

City campus


Science, Engineering and Health

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Professor Julianne Reid is the Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching at Curtin University, and is responsible for providing strategic leadership in learning and teaching at the University level.  Prior to this role, Julianne was the Acting Dean, Learning and Teaching, and the Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching in the College of Science, Engineering and Health, at RMIT University. She was also Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) for 8 months in 2010, and Chair of The Academic Board, RMIT University from 2011-2013.

Professor Reid has extensive experience in university governance, academic leadership, teaching and program development, and has held a range of academic positions including Foundation Discipline Head of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and Head of School of Medical Sciences. She is a strong supporter of evidence-based teaching practice, and promotes scholarship of learning and teaching particularly in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. She also established the RMIT University Science, Health and Engineering Educational Research (SHEER) Centre, and has been its Foundation Director since 2013.

Professor Reid completed her doctorate in the discipline of pharmacology, has been actively involved with the Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists, and has organised a number of national and international symposia and conferences in both education and research. Her pharmacology research interests are focused on the development of new therapeutic strategies to treat cardiovascular problems associated with diabetes mellitus. She has held a number of research fellowships at the University of West Virginia in the US, Astra Cardiovascular Research Laboratories in Gothenburg, Sweden and the University of Melbourne. She has led a productive cardiovascular research group, attracting approximately $2.5 M in external competitive grant funding with 9 PhD completions and more than 60 publications.